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eastboundtive of dell computer there to open the new dell innovation center. business and technology reporter david louie has the story. >> reporter: while governor brown and top dell executives did a ribbon cutting outside, recruiters were talking to job applicants. dell opened a new research and development center. competition is tight for engineers but dell chairman and c.e.o. michael dell thinks he can entice them. >> one of the few companies in the world that has the scale to be able to take on some fairly big projects in terms of r & d and we are doing exactly that. exciting for the engineers. >> reporter: del is spending $1 billion to propel its enterprise business, large-scale servers and networking for companies. job seekers are hoping for an opportunity. >> hoping to get my foot in the door of the company. >> reporter: how about your feeling based on the contacts you made. >> a little discouraging at the moment but at the same time i'm also keeping myself positive. >> the people seem really nice and they really want to talk to you. it is a big deal. >> reporter: dell hopes to capita
are opening up in santa clairea. today the governor and chief executive of dell computers were there to open the new center. abc 7's business reporter david louie has this city. governor brown and open top executive did a ribbon cutting recruiters were busy talking to job applicants. it needs to fill 200 positions. competition is tight but the chairman and ceo thinks he can entice them. >> one of the companies that has scale to be able to take on big projects and in terms of our need and we're doing that. so this is exciting. >> and dell is spending to propose servers for companies and there are job seekers hoping for an opportunity. >> how, what is your feeling so far? >> this is discouraging but i'm keeping myself positive. >> people seem nice and want to talk to you. this is a big deal. >> dell hopes to capitalize on uncertainty. and dell hired 10,000 people, 4,000 in the u.s.. dell has roots in texas, the new facility gives it a strong silicon valley presence. >> and this is a california company with a lot of california jobs and we're happy to have jobs from any company, anywhere in the
is hiring. and david louie joins us live from dell's innovation center with more on jobs being created. >> there sit behind me. dell's new research and development center in santa clara that soon will be home to 700 employee asks dell began a search to fill 200 openings. >> what is needed is investments and risk taking. i think the whole dell company expresses that. the governor appears to be aware of the plan. it's established a new two-building beachhead and spends $1 billion to go after enterprise customer autos this will be important for expansion things like networking and clouds and these are the areas we're investing in. great time to be attracting talent. >> it plans to hire 200 people in the next year. >> what is your feeling so far? based on contact you've made? >> it's discouraging at the moment but i'm also keeping myself positive. >> competition to hire top-notch engineers is heating up as changes at the top levels have employees looking around. and there is well acquiring six companies making it an important base of operations. dell plans to expand in other parts of the c
that scare off customers and ask, we find out why five dell has canceled her concerts' for the rest of the year. >>vicki: a freak snowstorm that hit the northeast left at least three people dead and millions without power. residents and travelers are feeling the blend of the halloween white house. shelby lynn gives us a closer look. >> more than 1 ft. of snow in some areas. some travelers like these hundreds of passengers were stranded for hours. other families were stranded in hometowns. >> a lot of trees and branches. the power lines were disrupted for sure. >> by wednesday we should have things fixed. >> i do not like the snow. it is cold. >> it is unexpected but it is a treat. >>vicki: there were a few delays this morning however as of tonight there are no delays or cancellations. >>vicki: coming up, we will look at sharks and why their days of year to be numbered. >> shark cartilage as are crashing around the world. millions in die because of the growing demand for shark fin soup. one-third of species face some threat of extinction. marine biologists are on a mission to protect
-bye to patricia mo dell, the wife of former ravens owner mo dell. she is known for her role has laura brooks on the prime-time soap payton place. >>> maryland has cracked down on texting and driving but many teens are still driving distracted. some local teens discovered how dangerous it is. >>> and environmentalists are questioning cell phone safety. >>> plus, a johns hopkins student is learning the awareness of a disease. how she's helping people battle sarcoma. >>> each year nearly 13,000 people are diagnosed with sarcoma of the bone. it comes from transformed cells and connective tissue. one johns hopkins student is launching a fund-raiser for sarcoma awareness, a disease her father now has. >> reporter: it's practice time for the johns hopkins blue jays. the team is gearing up for the annual "stick it to sarcoma fundraiser." team member rachel has sar chow a -- sarcoma. >> my father has sar coma. he is my inspiration. >> reporter: she wanted to help her father and patients like him. nearly 13,000 are diagnosed with sarcoma of the bone and tissue each year. they are malignant tumors that
mass was held for patricia mo dell, the wife of former ravens owner art mo dell. father timothy brown from loyola celebrated the funeral. at one time she appeared on more tv shows than any other woman. >>> he has been a well known voice on radio for years. he has informed all of us for years. today he had surprising news. ron smith announced he has pancreatic cancer. abc2 news, kelly swoope has more. >> ron smith said he wasn't feeling good sop went to see his doctor and -- so he went to see his doctor. >> when he said you have grade four pancreatic cancer cancer that as me tas it sized -- metastasized to your liver our abdominal cavity, lungs. >> pancreatic cancer is the fourth leading cause of cancer death in the u.s. and has the highest mortality rate. smith says he's going to fight it. >> i said, well, is this worth fighting? >> he said oh, yes. it's worth fighting. fantastic new chemotherapy drugs, chemo regimens. i've seen worse cases than yours clear up. you never know what will happen. i'm committed to fight this thing. >> smith said he will continue doing the show. he also to
be filled. they're cheering for new jobs in silicon valley where computer giant dell headquartered in texas just opened its newest research center. >> silicon valley is innovation central. >> we talked one on one with dell founder michael dell about why two new buildings and 200 new hires will locate here. >> we're needing talented engineers, and there is a concentration of those anywhere in the world as you do here. >> reporter: with the rest of the country losing jobs, the industry is giving silicon valley a boost. >> what we need is boldness and risk taking. and i think the whole dell company expresses that. >> reporter: up the road a bit, bio tech giant has broken ground on a new building, 1400 jobs in the making, and. >> aits chronic deez. the demand for these drugs is not going to go away. >> new jobs to help save looiftz and new jobs to help with your home and business. it's why they're able to buck the trend of job stagnation, instead, growing, building and hire. >> dell says it needs 200 people right away with plans to grow in the future. they will put construction workers
countries can watch. >>> dell computers poised to hire hunts in silicon valley opening -- new research and development center right now. the governor and the ceo are taking part in the ribbon cutting. it will be followed by a career fair until 2:00 this afternoon that should be underway right now. dell is looking for workers with sales and engineering experience. you can get more information on abc7news.com click on see it on tv. >>> still ahead, social security recipients are getting a raise. find out how much and why? >>> rick, i'm speaking, i'm speaking, i'm speaking. >> republican presidential candidates dig into each other in the copd makes it hard to breathe, so i wasn't playing much of a role in my own life, but with advair, i'm breathing better so now i can take the lead on a science adventure. advair is clinically proven to help significantly improve lung function. unlike most copd medications, advair contains both an anti-inflammatory and a long-acting bronchodilator, working together to help improve your lung function all day. advair won't replace fast-acting inhalers for su
. the good news is that people with this kind of pancreatic cancer can to survive much longer. a dell had surgery to remove that tumors from her pancreas, but she later saw them in her liver -- but when she later got them in her liver, doctors used what is called a cyber life. >> when it finds the tumor, it sends radiation directly to the tumor. >> it can be used for patients who cannot have surgery, which is the case for 85% to 95% of cases. a year after diagnosis, a dell appears to be cancer-free. >> i'm extremely happy and then sitting on the table waiting. he said, good news, you are still ok. >> symptoms include unexplained weight loss, jaundice, diabetes, stomach and back pain. smoking is an extremely common risk factor. there may be a genetic link. screening is possible, but doctors do not screen the general population. >> men are getting conflicting it buys when it comes to getting screen for prostate cancer. on monday, that need -- the panel of experts explains the blood that has no benefit to mustang the harm outweighs the benefits. a spokesman for the prostate cancer foundation
they're still awake. [ male announcer ] with global services from dell, jim can address his company's i.t. needs through custom built applications, cloud solutions and ongoing support in over 100 countries. so his company sees results. and jim sees his family. dell. the power to do more. >> per welcome back to "news nation." a rash of arrests and a predawn raid. police in riot gear detained about 50 people in san diego who refused to move at the present times from the civic plaza. about 30 protesters were arrested and release said in a few hours. they refused to sign the arrest warrants and wouldn't say why. scott olsson is able to talk and right after his skull was fractured in a clash with police in oakland. doctors still have not ruled out surgery. last night thousands of people in oakland and las vegas held vigils in his honor. olsson's uncle spoke with us earlier. >> he is doing a lot better. apparently they tested him with math skills and he was okay there. it seems to be whatever injury sustained temporarily or permanently has to do with his verbal skills. >> i am joined by justi
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. [ male announcer ] with efficient i.t. solutions from dell, doug can shift up to 50% of his company's technology spend from operating costs to innovation. so his company runs better, and so does doug. dell. the power to do more. [ male announcer ] each of these photos was taken by someone on the first morning of their retirement. it's the first of more than 6,000 sunrises the average retiree will see. ♪ as we're living longer than ever before, prudential's challenge is to help everyone have the retirement income they'll need to enjoy every one of their days. ♪ prudential. bring your challenges. >>> and now, in memoriam. ♪ >> we gather, open with prayer, and then began their protest march. >> they have given up, they have fin finally done in. take a vow, g.i. take a bow, little guy. the superman tomorrow lies at the feet of you common men this afternoon. >>> we remember all of those who died in war this week the pentagon released the names of six service members, killed in iraq and afghanistan. okay, there's enough energy right here in america. yeah, over 100 years worth. okay,
's the "entertainment tonight" at the hollywood awards >>> hi, everybody. i'm nancy o'dell here at the hollywood awards where george clooney's the big winner with his gorgeous new girlfriend by his side. >>> hi, i'm mark steines here in studio 4. but the big question tonight, who has longer legs? nancy o'dell or stacy keibler. >>> now, nancy, take it away. >> well, good evening, everybody. what a thrill it is to be here tonight. >>> on the red carpet, clooney with keibler. striking in a royal purple dress. only we were backstage where it was george's wardrobe that was causing a commotion. george getting ready, using the "e.t." mike as a brush. >> use the microphone. >>> but, thattensy's private moment with george was interrupted by her hosting duties. >> it's like double duty here. >>> finally, they got to have their interview, well, almost. >> do you feel like you get to be a little relaxed. >> did the lights go off? >> what is happening here? >> did you see my grandmother waved at me. >> actually, chaos did rein supreme backstage. >> double duty. >> you're like multitasking. >> your like back and for
system isn't expected until the middle of next year, analysts are betting it will be used in dell and hewlett packard tablets. investing in microsoft is not without risk-- the biggest is slowing sales growth for desktop computers. but the bulls point to intel's better than expected third quarter earnings this week on the back of strong p.c. demand. and finally, there are rumors microsoft could make a bid for yahoo, something it first did back in 2008. but this time, the speculation is microsoft would partner with a private equity firm in going after yahoo. the goal would be to combine microsoft's search engine, bing, with yahoo search. >> so you combine yahoo and microsoft's search business, and you are looking at potentially a 30% market share in the internet market, relative to google's 64% to 65% market share. >> reporter: and if none of these reasons are tempting enough to buy the shares, analysts point to the 20 cents a share quarterly dividend. it works out to about a 3% yield, one of the highest in the tech sector. erika miller, "nightly business report, new york. >> suzann
city, here is nancy o'dell. >> good evening, everyone. welcome to our studio high above times square >> and hello from los angeles, i'm mark steines. >>> here in new york, certain holding their breath, waiting to find out what bombshell will drop next from bernie madoff and his wife ruth, is she hiding a hidden fortune. i found out when i talked to the 60 minutes correspondent who scored ruth's first interview >> i was kind of paralyzed. bernie got up and said i'm going back to the office. >> ruth madoff on getting the news. the new clip from sunday's 60 minutes. >> was he emotional in any way in. >> i don't remember that evening. >> apologetic in any way? >> probably, yes. >> i don't know how you recover from the kind of accusations that she had to deal with. >> 60 minutes morley safer with the exclusive interview. ruth madoff, once a billionaire's wife, now living a life of shame, going to the grocery store at night, hiding under a hat. her husband, infamous fraud, loathed by the thousands that he scammed. >> many assume there's a stash that bernie left somewhere. >> we had terribl
she goes home. [ male announcer ] with integrated healthcare solutions from dell, every patient file is where dr. ling needs it. now she can spend more time with patients and less time on paperwork. ♪ dell. the power to do more. the two trains and a bus rider. the "i'll sleep when it's done" academic. for 80 years, we've been inspired by you. and we've been honored to walk with you to help you get where you want to be. ♪ because your moment is now. let nothing stand in your way. learn more at keller.edu. >>> a new poll finds americans want to ditch the electoral college for a popular vote system by a margin now of 2 to 1. gallup found 62% support a constitutional amendment now that would allow the winner of the popular vote in this country to win the white house. only 35% say keep the electoral college. this is a big change. the poll also found that for the first time ever, a majority of republicans want to dump the electoral college as well as democrats. we'll be right back. gomery and abigail higgins had... ...a tree that bore the most rare and magical fruit. which provided for
to -- too. >> we are falling breaking news. a man shot in the 2400 block of east land dell streak in east baltimore. we're taking a live picture. we will be following the breaking news. we will keep you posted on any developments coming up this evening. -- exit, will go to a break. coming up, we will let you know about the rest of today's news, check on the forecast, and then we will get your numbers in. your numbers in. clinically proven unisom helps you fall asleep faster and stay asleep so you wake rested. unisom. fall asleep faster. sleep longer. tonight at 5:00, the woman accused of attacking another woman with bleach at an area wal-mart is heading to court. we will tell you what happened. oil are also looking to learn more about the gas leak we told you about. new figures show baltimore residents are not putting their homes up for sales. now, you're maryland lottery numbers. ♪ >> the maryland lottery, let yourself play. >> good afternoon. you're picked three numbers. 1 6 2 162. pick four in a moment, but first, this is your favorite retailer and box your numbers for a chance to do
else when i run. [ male announcer ] with efficient i.t. solutions from dell, doug can shift up to 50% of his company's technology spend from operating costs to innovation. so his company runs better, and so does doug. dell. the power to do more. so his company runs better, and so does doug. with olay challenge that. regenerist day and night duo. the uv lotion helps protect skin and firms during the day. the cream hydrates to firm at night. gravity doesn't stand a chance. regenerist, from olay. >>> back to "hardball." now for the sideshow. first up, so much for sugar coating it. you didn't expect democratic strategist james carville to be heaping praise on any of the republican presidential candidates, but he's now throwing verbal punches at the front-runners like you've never seen. let's hear carville's strategy for figuring out when mitt romney's about to make another one of those well-known flip-flops we talked about earlier. >> the man is a serial wind sock. anytime that you turn around, it's something else. and once he uses any kind of adjective in front of it, you know he's gett
awake. [ male announcer ] with global services from dell, jim can address his company's i.t. needs through custom built applications, cloud solutions and ongoing support in over 100 countries. so his company sees results. and jim sees his family. dell. the power to do more. >>> this week, occupy wall street went global from rome to paris, new york and across the united states. thousands have been rallying against corporate greed and government dysfunction and also fears about the unemployment situation. their collective voice now too loud to be dismissed and their anger yet another symptom of the crisis which grips this country and the world. so, where does that leave the policy debate? joining me again, george will, rumberg television's margaret brennan, laura tyson a member of the president's jobs council, and former clinton administration economic adviser, and jon karl again. thank you for being here. margaret, you're down at wall street every single day. what are people inside the stock exchange making of what is going on outside? >> interesting, i'm inside every day and went d
from dell, jim can address his company's i.t. needs through custom built applications, cloud solutions and ongoing support in over 100 countries. so his company sees results. and jim sees his family. dell. the power to do more. and jim sees his family. or creates another laptop bag or hires another employee, it's notust good for business. it's good for the entire community. at bank of america, we know the impact that local businesses have on communities. that's why we extended $7.8 billion to small businesses across the country so far this year. because the more we help them, the more we help make opportunity possible. >> welcome back. we are live in columbus, ohio. we continue with the presidential candidate, the one and only herman cain. you had stage four cancer, i believe it was 2006. you had extensive treatment for this. and i thought this was a pretty cheap shot that during the time you were getting your cancer treatment you might have missed a state tax payment, which by the way i believe you fixed the next year. now i guess when you rise to the top, you have that bulls eye on y
dell, jim can address his company's i.t. needs through custom built applications, cloud solutions and ongoing support in over 100 countries. so his company sees results. and jim sees his family. dell. the power to do more. delivering mail, medicine and packages. yet they're closing thousands of offices, slashing service, and want to lay off over 100,000 workers. the postal service is recording financial losses, but not for reasons you might think. the problem ? a burden no other agency or company bears. a 2006 law that drains 5 billion a year from post-office revenue while the postal service is forced to overpay billions more into federal accounts. congress created this problem, and congress can fix it. >>> more numbers now from the "new york times" poll. here it is. americans tend to support the occupy wall street protest that have sprung up across the country now. nearly half of those polled, 46%, say the wall street protesters reflect the sentiment of most americans. only one in four say the same about the tea party. hmm. we'll be right back. ragu for years. [ thinking ] i wond
solutions from dell, mrs. davis can make education a little more personal. so every student feels like her only student. dell. the power to do more. >>> well, the iowa caucuses are coming up on january 3rd this year, right after new year's, and we've also got a new university of iowa poll out. herman cain right now is lead -- look at these numbers. 37% of the vote out there in iowa right now. mitt romney's down at 27. that's quite a lead for that fellow from atlanta, followed by ron paul at 12. newt gingrich, rick perry, and michele bachmann are all down there in single digits. nothing seems to change except perry goes down, cain goes up, and mitt romney stays the same. 70 daytency. and you...rent from national. because only national lets you choose any car in the aisle...and go. you can even take a full-size or above, and still pay the mid-size price. i'm getting an upgrade. [ male announcer ] as you wish, business pro. as you wish. go national. go like a pro. now through january earn a free day with every two rentals. find out more at nationalcar.com. otle emotional hetlretl?tl aren't yo
who's 6 chapters ahead. ♪ [ male announcer ] with interactive learning solutions from dell, mrs. davis can make education a little more personal. so every student feels like her only student. dell. the power to do more. since ameriprise financial was founded back in 1894, they've been committed to putting clients first. helping generations through tough times. good times. never taking a bailout. there when you need them. helping millions of americans over the centuries. the strength of a global financial leader. the heart of a one-to-one relationship. together for your future. ♪ >> schieffer: finally today, i gave a talk on the campus of smu in dallas last week and i got the question i always get: why is it so hard to get politicians to answer a question anymore. here is why. in this age of sophisticated information management and consultant-driven politics where everyone has a media coach and a strategy guru, it is all the vogue in public relations to tell your client, here are a couple of answers. no matter what you're asked. just give these answers. well, i hate to hurt your feeli
's strange behavior causes alarm in a park in anne run dell county. now police are looking for possible victims. police arrested this man 49- year-old james scaglioni after a witness saw him giving money to two young boys and then tried to walk them into a wooded area. after officers approached scaglioni he took off and was captured after a brief chase. anyone with information of what happened is asked to call police. >>> two people with stabbed inside a popular hot spot. wjz is live, jessica cartalia with the story. >> reporter: tonight police are still searching for a suspect. this video posted on gutter magazine's website shows the scene outside a popular mount vernon nightclub early sunday morning. a police report obtained by wjz says officers were called to the eden's lounge on west eager street when a man staggered out of the club with his back covered in blood. the man was confused and highly intoxicated. when the man removed his shirt he had five stab wounds to his back. two other men also ran out of the club covered in blood. both had stab wounds to the back and neck. eden's lo
] with efficient i.t. solutions from dell, doug can shift up to 50% of his company's technology spend from operating costs to innovation. so his company runs better, and so does doug. dell. the power to do more. [ male announcer ] each of these photos was taken by someone on the first morning of their retirement. it's the first of more than 6,000 sunrises the average retiree will see. ♪ as we're living longer than ever before, prudential's challenge is to help everyone have the retirement income they'll need to enjoy every one of their days. ♪ prudential. bring your challenges. >> schieffer: finally today, we received word late last night of the death of robert pierpont, the cbs news white house correspondent who covered six presidents during a career of more than 40 years at cbs news. bob's first big assignment was covering the korean war. he appeared on the first episode of edward r.murrow's "see it now" broadcast. he came to the white house beat during the eisenhower administration and remained there through jimmy carter's years. along the way he covered watergate, the kennedy assas
announcer ] with global services from dell, jim can address his company's i.t. needs through custom built applications, cloud solutions and ongoing support in over 100 countries. so his company sees results. and jim sees his family. dell. the power to do more. >> schieffer: back now with our panel. two members of cbs news political team here this morning. norah o'donnell our chief white house correspondent and john dickerson our political analyst. and also joining us, julianna goldman of bloomberg news, white house correspondent for them. and julianna i want to start with you because you were one of the questioners at the republican debate last week. things sort of stayed in place. what did you take away from it? >> herman cain came across as very likable, authentic, compelling. but with his new frontrunner status comes the scrutiny of a frontrunner and questions about whether the 999 plan really adds up. rick perry really came to that debate needing to play. he didn't have an economic plan to put forth. this was a debate focused only on the economy. he also did not use the opportunity to
, murder and car crashes... combined. we have a lot more work to do. >>pam: dell >>reporter: >>reporter: the arrival in dell is a very this time. >> it shows a they have faith in this area. pam of the silicon valley leadership groups ceo says that the search for talent in silicon valley underscores the importance of education he says more education often means a better job. >> if you have a college degree in your over 25 the and tolerated 4.2% if you do not have a college degree in the unemployment rate is closer to 15%. so we have to mention that drop evenly distributed for our economy. these are important jobs because they drive our economy near i skill and high wage digoxin and that is good trout the economy because these people if they have jobs based in that money and that helps retail, restaurant to everyone is the fighting. it also have to make sure that you're creating jobs across california that put 2.4 1 million californians to work. >>pam: they say several of the pink figure will be consolidated at the new campus. gabble digital photography is changed forever this in a new
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